Thus, the Clooney cameo thought was born. In response to THR, DC Studios Co-CEOS James Gunn and Peter Safran dug the concept of bringing the actor again, and Clooney’s agent ended up being proven a lower of the movie that finally satisfied Clooney to get on board. Miller and Clooney shot the scene collectively in only one morning in January, with the outlet noting that Clooney apparently additionally gave the troubled actor some recommendation “about dealing with being within the public eye and behaving in public.” Amazingly, Warner Bros. was capable of maintain the reveal from the general public till June press screenings, leaving the scene out of an early CinemaCon screening and all check screenings.
Any superhero film can throw in a cameo as a last-second stinger earlier than the roll to credit, however the “ER” and “Ocean’s Eleven” actor’s return is particularly stunning given how deeply he appears to dislike his flip because the caped crusader in 1997’s “Batman & Robin.” Clooney has gone on file about hating the much-maligned movie, at one level telling Graham Norton, “I all the time apologize for ‘Batman & Robin.’ I truly thought I destroyed the franchise till any individual else introduced it again years later.” Fortunately, the Batman franchise appears completely able to destroying itself with out Clooney.
“The Flash” is now in theaters.